The second tale in the Farm Fresh Romance series, WILD MINT TEA, finds chef Claire Halford hosting weddings at Green Acres Farm, but the first bride comes with a globe-trotting brother. Noel Kenzie's reforestation company provides him the means to enjoy life. This is no time for him to settle down…or Claire to spread her wings.
Local-foods chef Claire Halford envisions turning Green Acres Farm into an event destination. Weddings prove trickier than she imagined when the first one comes with a ruggedly handsome brother-of-the-bride, who has everything but a fixed address. Oh, and faith in God.
Noel Kenzie loves the freedom his reforestation company affords him. Why worry about deep stuff like God and commitment when he’s in his prime? Except there’s a woman who might make it worth giving up his wings…and digging in some roots. If he dares.
Wild Mint Tea was part of the multi-author collection Summer of Love in summer, 2015.
Wild Mint Tea is available in audio, narrated by Becky Doughty.
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A Farm Fresh Romance (Farm Lit)
A FARM FRESH ROMANCE. This unique rural romance series follows the adventures, romantic and otherwise, of three college graduates and their friends who move onto a reclaimed farm where they plan to take the rural area by storm with their sustainable lifestyle and focus on local foods.
“Wild Mint Tea is very much my kind of story! The writing is breezy and fun, and the characters have just the right amount of spice. Speaking of spice, this romantic tale is loaded with yummy food images that will leave you craving a tasty organic meal. Highly recommended!”
~ Janice Thompson, author of the Weddings by Bella series
“With humor and poignancy, Valerie Comer draws readers into her characters’ lives, and in no time, they feel like old friends. Heartwarming and encouraging, Wild Mint Tea will refresh your spirit!”
~ Loree Lough, author of more than 100 award-winning books, including reader favorites like Raising Connor and Devoted to Drew
“A sweet story written in Valerie Comer’s heartwarming style.”
~ Gail Sattler, author of Take the Trophy and Run! and When Pigs and Parrots Fly